David Babaii Hair Reviews

David Babaii for WildAid Amplifying Shampoo Review

I received a David Babaii gift set for Christmas which contained the amplifying shampoo,conditioner, bottle of beach spray and a nice little tote bag. It was my first time using these products so I was very excited to test them out and report back to you guys.

After using the products for the past two weeks I feel like it’s time for a review.

About David Babaii for WildAid:

Celebrate natures beauty while enhancing your own. This innovative line of eco-conscious styling products blends exotic natural ingredients that make it easy to create a hairstyle thats natural, unique and free-flowing. And, with 10 percent of profits being donated to WildAid, an international non-profit organization engaged in endangered wildlife protection, its never been easier to look good while doing your part.

About the shampoo:

Amplifying Shampoo carefully and thoroughly cleanses, while providing natural lift and luster to tired, fine, limp hair. Mineral-rich Volcanic Ash from the Vanuatu Islands of the South Pacific brings abundant volume to hair. Fragrant White Ginger enhances shine, while natural Coconut Oil derivatives create ultra-rich lather. This unique eco-friendly formula is perfect for all hair types. It protects the hair’s integrity and encourages manageability. Color-treated hair will keep color longer.

Our thoughts:

This product left my hair looking like I’d just had a salon blowout. My hair had loads of volume(which is hard to get for someone with thick hair like myself) and was extremely shiny. If sexy, big, shiny hair is what you’re after you should give this product a try.

The only negative about this product that I could find was the smell. It’s weird because once my hair is dry I like the smell, but in the shower it smells strongly of baby powder. I can tolerate the smell, but if you’re sensitive to those types of things you may not like this product very much.

So to recap:

What I liked about the Shampoo:

  • Lots of Volume
  • Shine
  • Price is reasonable
  • Works Great
  • 10% of Proceeds go to help wildlife

    What I didn’t like about the Shampoo:

  • Smells strongly of powder

    Retails for: $9.99 each at Ulta, Amazon, Etc

    The conditioner is great as well and I also highly recommend it.

    Have you tried David Babaii products before? What were your thoughts?


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